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Ottawa, 18 July 2012

Execulink Telecom Inc. – Withdrawal of Centrex Service

File number: Tariff Notice 67

1. The Commission received an application from Execulink Telecom Inc. (Execulink), dated 1 June 2012, in which the company proposed revisions to its General Tariff in order to withdraw section 210 – Centrex Service.

2. Execulink indicated that its Centrex Service is provided only on its DMS-100 Central Office switch, which had reached the end of its useful life and was being decommissioned. The company also indicated that no customers currently subscribe to this service.

3. The Commission approved Execulink’s application on an interim basis in Telecom Order 2012-332, effective 7 August 2012.

4. The Commission received no comments regarding Execulink’s application. The public record of this proceeding, which closed on 26 June 2012, is available on the Commission’s website at under “Public Proceedings” or by using the file number provided above.

5. The Commission notes that since no customers currently subscribe to this service, customer notification was not required. The Commission considers that Execulink has complied with the requirements set out in Telecom Decision 2008-22, in which the Commission revised its procedures for dealing with applications to destandardize and/or withdraw tariffed services.

6. Accordingly, the Commission considers that Execulink’s proposal to withdraw its Centrex Service is acceptable.

7. In light of the above, the Commission approves on a final basis Execulink’s application.

Secretary General

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